Category: Faith

Get out of the “Blame Game!”

Last week and the week before we talked about the fallacies of the “100%” criticism. The “100%” criticism claims that we have no right to teach the biblical doctrines of faith and God’s will to heal if we don’t demonstrate them

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“If Healing Is So Simple, Why Don’t You Get 100% Results?”

Last week we pointed out the fallacy of questioning God’s will to heal or a person’s right to teach it if that person doesn’t demonstrate 100% success with ministering healing. Today we continue to talk about the same, especially in

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Do You Get 100% Results Ministering Healing?

In part 1, part 2, and part 3 on the “new faith movement,” we looked at how today’s “faith movement” tends to differ with many past faith and healing movements. Some of the main points were that the “new faith

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Four Marking Characteristics Of The “New Faith Movement” Part 3

The last few weeks we’ve been talking about some of the ways today’s faith movement tends to differ with some of the faith and healing movements of the past. (See part 1 and part 2) Today we are looking at

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Four Marking Characteristics Of The “New Faith Movement” Part 2

Last week we started our discussion of how the “new faith movement” differs from several “faith movements” that people are familiar with from the past. We started by talking about how the focus is changing from “getting your healing” to ministering

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Four Marking Characteristics Of The New “Faith Movement” Part 1

When we begin ministering to others and talking about faith and God’s will to heal, it sometimes uncovers a lot of emotional pain. When I started seeing God heal people, I was weeping all the time because of what I

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God’s Favor Can Make You The Most Influential Person Wherever You Are!

Two weeks ago, we talked about resisting Satan’s accusations that we’ve messed up or lost God’s favor when circumstances become difficult. Then last week we started examining how Paul walked in God’s favor regardless of the circumstances. Today we will

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Do You Know God’s Favor Is On You?

Last week we talked about resisting the lies of the enemy that say God has abandoned us. It’s important to maintain confidence that God’s favor rests on us in Christ, and to realize that sometime God’s favor is actually what

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Circumstances Can’t Change God’s Favor On You!

I recently read the last several chapters of Acts, which tell the story of Paul’s imprisonment and eventual journey to Rome. Do you know how sometimes we heard a Bible story so many times before, but then we read it

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What Does “In Jesus’ Name” Mean?

Last week we talked about Jesus’ promises for those who ask in his name. We saw that asking in Jesus’ name must be more than just saying “in Jesus’ name” or pronouncing certain syllables. Today we are continuing by talking

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